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    March 18, 2007

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    J Luney

    As a cancer survivor, is stevia something I should be messing with at all?

    Stevia Powder

    My Mother use the Stevia Powder for baking and nobudy in our Family did not notice the difference, and when she told us that Stevia hase no calories we love it eaven more... :)

    Micah

    I personally believe Stevia to be safe. Actually safer than aspartame.

    But of course, Too much of anything is bad.
    So naturally just moderate how much of anything you consume.

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